Menjangan Island

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Menjangan Island is the most beautiful, unspoiled coral reefs in Bali are located off the coast of Pulau, Menjangan (Deer Island) - Comprising hundreds of species of coral, these reefs extend 100 to 150 m from the shore, then drop 40 to 60 m down to the ocean floor. Menjangan and the nearby mainland are excellent places for swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving. A 45 minute nature walk on Pulau Menjangan, which is uninhabited except for the Java Deer, affords beautiful panoramic views of the mountainous mainland.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @15:06

Pulaki Temple

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Pulaki Temple lies some 30 km past Seririt on the coast, Pura Pulaki is located in unusual terrain - a rock-face rises perpendicularly on the left-hand side of the road while the glimering Ocean laps the right-hand side. Pulaki, the home of monkeys who have a reputation for snatching bags and cameras, has recently undergone restoration and extension. The temple has a fascinating history that is linked to to the legendary personage of Nirartha a Javanese priest who migrated to Bali in the 16th century. It is told that prior to his arrival a village of 8000 people existed here. When Nirartha visited, the village leader requested a boon that Nirartha granted: the entire village was to be given supernatural knowledge that would enable it to attain an immaterial state.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @15:05

Jayaprana Gravesite

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Makam Jayaprana located at Teluk Terima, a short distance down the road. The gravesite of Jayaprana with very beautiful sea view and many local people visiting it. According to Balinese legend, Jayaprana was an orphan who was raised by the ruler of Kalianget village. As an adult he married the lovely Nyoman Layonsari from the neighboring village of Banjar. However, the ruler himself became enamoured of Javapranas bride and schemed to kill Jayaprana to have her for himself. He dispatched Jayaprana with an army to contain a band of pirates who he said had arrived in northwestern Bali. On arrival at Teluk Terima the rulers minister killed and buried Jayaprana. When the ruler asked Layonsari to marry him, however, she chose to remain faithful to her husband and committed suicide.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @15:04

Lovina Beach

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Lovina Beach about six km west of Singaraja north coast Bali. Its the popular beach resort of Lovina is a long stretch of black sand bordering the coastal villages of Anturan, Tukad Mungga, Kalibukbuk, Kaliasem and Temukus. Numerous hotels and restaurants have sprung up here, lining the coast for some 7 km. The pace of life at Lovina reflects the calmness and safety of the sea. This is an excellent spot for swimming and snorkeling, particularly near the reef, and local boats are for hire. The sunsets at Lovina are particularly spectacular.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @15:03

Munduk Village

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Munduk Village is located just 5 kilo meters from Lake Bratan. Coffee plantation spread up on the hill, facing to the lakes, Bratan, Tamblingan. Driving up from Bedugul, make this area fresh due to up area and breeze of tropical trees

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @15:02

Gitgit Waterfall

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Gitgit Waterfall is one of tourist object and very suitable for who wants to enjoy agro tourism, you can continue your journey North of Bali, exactly in Gigit Village about 10 kilometres south of Singaraja. In this village you can enjoy vast coffee and clove gardens. Walking and enjoying coffee garden is a right choice if you visit Gitgit Village. The area located more or less 500 metres above sea level is a strategic place for tropical plants to grow well. 350 metres walk from the main street tracing the coffee and clove garden, you will find a waterfall about more or less 50 metres height as the highest waterfall in Bali.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @15:01

Banjar Hot Spring

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Banjar Hot Spring located From Temukus it is 3 kms to the twin villages of Dencarik and Banjar. Pass through Dencarik tu the neighboring village of Banjar Tegeha, home of the splendid Buddhist Brahma Arama Vihara. This wihara is the residence of Bali only Buddhist monk and it plays a central role in Buddhist religious life and education. Opened in 1971, it replaces another founded in Banjar in 1958. It combines architectural and iconographic elements found throughout the Buddhist world. Quiet, cool, and set high in the hills, it commands a view down to the ocean. For 10 days each April and September the wihara is closed to the public while people from around the world assemble here to practice meditation. Visitors are requested to dress in a respectful manner, to speak softly, and to remove their shoes before entering.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @15:00

Air Sanih

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Air Sanih located seventeen km from Singaraja North Coast Bali is the well known beach resort of Air Sanih. Many european tourist visiting thais place as they very intrest with the culture story about the place and not recommended for the ASIA tourist who not like eco tours very much and long trip. Its main attraction is not its beach but rather a swimming pool located near the beach. Its icy water originates from a spring and is said to flow at a rate of 800 liters per second. Not as popular with visitors as Lovina, Air Sanih with its accommodation and restaurants is, nevertheless, a good place to recuperate if you are traveling in the area.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:59

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